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This 1972 made-for TV western features big Clint Walker and Stephanie Powers in a tale of graft, corruption and survival on the western plains. The script, budget and casting in this one all seem to be pretty average....... a typical '70's TV movie.
Clint Walker was always in his element in a western and he turns in his usual interesting performance here. Powers is beautiful and talented and their chemistry together here is pretty good.
While western fans will enjoy this one, it does not measure up to the Clint Walker films of the '50's and 60's. I guess "they don't make them like that any more ........."
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